TVD Premiere: The
Y Axes, “Get Away”

San Francisco-based indie outfit The Y Axes specialize in punk pop-tinged synth rock that recalls the early work of The Bangles as well as modern acts like Uffie. Their combination of muscular riffs and effervescent vocals have captured the attention of talking point outlets like Consequence of Sound, adding some national vindication to the systematic strides they’re making in the Bay Area live scene.

TVD is pleased to bring you the premiere of their newest track, “Get Away,” a thought-provoking slice of pop rock, pulled from their forthcoming LP No Waves, due in stores June 7th. Speaking on the inception of the song, lead-singer Alexi Belchere reflects, “‘Get Away’ was our attempt at writing a fun banger, so naturally our intentions were self-sabotaged and I wound up writing lyrics about what happens when you stop suppressing emotions.”

“The song talks about what we do to survive—turning up our headphones to block out thoughts, holding out for when everything gets better. Eventually this either breaks us or get released when we stop ‘pretending everything is ok.'”

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